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Dallas FBI Agent Gets Probation for Hiring Illegal Aliens for Her Deli

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

A Dallas FBI agent was sentenced Wednesday to two years probation and ordered to pay a $18,000 fine for unlawfully employing illegal immigrants at a deli she owned in suburban Dallas, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.

Ann Cox,  who was fired in the summer after the U.S. Attorney’s Office filed charges,  pleaded guilty in September to a misdemeanor offense for unlawfully employing aliens.

Authorities said that Cox, 49, of Rockwall, Tex., knowingly hired six illegal aliens while owning a Schlotzsky’s Deli from August 1997 to December 2008. Her husband is an FBI agent, but was not involved in the case.

“While it is disappointing that an FBI Special Agent chose to break the law, it is important for citizens to understand that the FBI has an unwavering commitment to take appropriate action when transgressions are committed by its employees, the overwhelming majority of whom are above reproach in their professional and personal conduct,” said Robert E. Casey Jr., head of the Dallas FBI.

Dallas FBI Agent Set to Plead to Hiring Illegals for Deli She Owned

dallas-map1By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

A Dallas FBI agent who was fired after the U.S. Attorney’s Office filed charges last month claiming she hired illegal immigrants for a restaurant she owned is expected to plead guilty to the charges next week, the Dallas Morning News reports.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office filed misdemeanor charges on July 28 against agent Ann Cox, accusing her of employing six illegal immigrants from 1997 to 2008 at Schlotzsky’s restaurant Rockwall, Tex., the Dallas Morning News reported.

“While operating the deli, Cox engaged in a pattern and practice of hiring and employing aliens in the United States while knowing that they were unauthorized for such employment,” court documents stated, according to the newspaper.

Cox signed a plea agreement on July 28, the same day a criminal information was filed in U.S. District Court, according to court records. She expected to enter her plea Aug. 27 and is likely to get probation. The paper reported that her husband is  an FBI agent, but is not involved in the case.

The Dallas FBI spokesman Mark White declined comment, according to the paper.

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